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International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences
Volume 22, Issue 2, Pages 391-400

Remarks on μ-measurbale sets: regularity, σ-smootheness, and measurability

Pace University, Pace Plaza, New York 10038, NY, USA

Received 10 September 1996; Revised 3 March 1998

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Let X be an arbitrary nonempty set and a lattice of subsets of X such that ϕ,X. 𝒜() is the algebra generated by and () denotes those nonnegative, finite, finitely additive measures μ on 𝒜(). I() denotes the subset of () of nontrivial zero-one valued measures. Associated with μI() (or Iσ()) are the outer measures μ and μ considered in detail. In addition, measurability conditions and regularity conditions are investigated and specific characteristics are given for 𝒮μ, the set of μ-measurable sets. Notions of strongly σ-smooth and vaguely regular measures are also discussed. Relationships between regularity, σ-smoothness and measurability are investigated for zero-one valued measures and certain results are extended to the case of a pair of lattices 1,2 where 12.